Meet Steven K., James H. and their parents as they talk about second chances and changed lives.

You give men like Steven and James back to their families. You give them a future. You help them rebuild their lives.

This place not only changes lives, it saves them. They take fathers, sons, brothers, friends. Most inspiring, they take strangers who are close to death, despair and at the lowest moment in their life. They take them off the streets and support them in every sense of the word until they’re in a better place emotionally, physically, spirituality.

Meg Y

Beacon House gave me back my brother! This program saved his life – I honestly believe that! It has been over four years and he’s still clean and sober. In fact, he is excelling in a way I haven’t seen. . . ever.

Rebecca D

There are not enough words to describe the gratitude and appreciation for the staff at the Beacon House. I was recently able to witness their work first hand at my son’s graduation from Phase 1 – it was amazing.

Anonymous

COVID-19 Update

Like everyone, we have spent a lot of time learning about COVID-19 and how it is impacting our world. That means understanding how it affects our employees, residents, and the surrounding community, and then making the necessary adjustments to our work and operations here at the Beacon House.

Keeping our employees and residents safe is the objective that guides us. This has been at the center of our conversations in leadership regarding this health concern. With that in mind, we want to respond to the threat of the coronavirus accordingly. We are ramping up cleaning services at the Beacon House and have added sanitizing stations throughout the campus, so that employees and clients can keep our campus safe.

We are closely following the guidelines and recommendations from both the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and LA County Department of Public Health on the steps we can take to help prevent the spread of the virus. Per CDC recommendations, we will ask employees who have traveled to such locations or have been exposed to others who have traveled to such locations to self-quarantine for 14 days. If necessary, we will cancel meetings, and we have modified or paused large gatherings to do what we can to help prevent the spread of the illness.

We want to reiterate the importance of washing your hands, staying home if you feel sick or are returning from an area of the world identified as posing a coronavirus-related risk, and social distancing techniques like not shaking hands, and sneezing into a tissue or the crook of your arm.

COVID-19 Update

Like everyone, we have spent a lot of time learning about COVID-19 and how it is impacting our world. That means understanding how it affects our employees, residents, and the surrounding community, and then making the necessary adjustments to our work and operations here at the Beacon House.

Keeping our employees and residents safe is the objective that guides us. This has been at the center of our conversations in leadership regarding this health concern. With that in mind, we want to respond to the threat of the coronavirus accordingly. We are ramping up cleaning services at the Beacon House and have added sanitizing stations throughout the campus, so that employees and clients can keep our campus safe.

We are closely following the guidelines and recommendations from both the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and LA County Department of Public Health on the steps we can take to help prevent the spread of the virus. Per CDC recommendations, we will ask employees who have traveled to such locations or have been exposed to others who have traveled to such locations to self-quarantine for 14 days. If necessary, we will cancel meetings, and we have modified or paused large gatherings to do what we can to help prevent the spread of the illness.

We want to reiterate the importance of washing your hands, staying home if you feel sick or are returning from an area of the world identified as posing a coronavirus-related risk, and social distancing techniques like not shaking hands, and sneezing into a tissue or the crook of your arm.

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